JJ Watt, Texans team president Jamey Rootes and H-E-B senior vice president Armando Perez presented a check for $47,000, for the 47 team sack total in 2012, to president and CEO of the Houston Food Bank Brian Greene on Friday. This money translates into 141,000 meals for hungry Houstonians! Video.
It was an all-star lineup of Houston Texans that turned out at Reliant Stadium in support of Impact a Hero’s ninth annual Hall of Fame dinner held on Sunday, May 19, 2013. The event recognized more than 50 wounded heroes and family members, and with big names such as Texans owner Bob McNair, JJ Watt, Chris Myers, and Matt Schaub, the fundraiser raised a record of more than $1.2 million. You can read more about the event here.
Whether you were one of the thousands of fans cheering in the stands at the Foundation’s first ever Charity Classic softball fundraiser or not, here’s your chance to get in the game with JJ Watt. Thank you to the Houston Texans who mic’d up #99 for a day of fun in which the Defense may have taken home the trophy, but with over $330,000 raised for after-school athletic programs, everyone won! You can watch the video here.
Thank you to Yahoo Sports for their article on the JJ Watt Charity Classic softball game and a thank you across the board to everyone for their incredible support and helping us knock this one out of the park!
Thank you to YourHoustonNews.com for their article recapping the JJ Watt Charity Classic softball game! Check it out here.
Our first annual Charity Classic was a grand slam, raising over $300,000 to support the foundation’s mission of providing after-school athletic programs for children in the community. Thank you HoustonTexas.com for capturing some of the magical moments and memories of that day here.
Thank you HoustonPress.com for these awesome photos from our first ever JJ Watt Charity Classic!
Thank you to KTRK-TV in Houston for their article about the JJ Watt Charity Classic and to the amazing Houston community as a whole for all your support both on and off the field! Y’all are the real superstars!
It’s the week before the JJ Watt Foundation’s first ever Charity Classic softball game fundraiser, and where is JJ Watt? Visiting KIPP Spirit and KIPP Liberation Schools to donate $60,000 so the kids there can participate in after-school athletic programs. Thank you to the Houston Chronicle for featuring the visit in the following: